Super Bowl XLVI Recap: Giants 21 – Patriots 17

02/05/2012

INDIANAPOLIS – Stop us if you’ve heard this story before. The New York Giants came from behind to defeat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.

For the second time in four years Eli Manning bested Tom Brady as the Giants won 21-17 in Super Bowl XLVI.

The game started with New York scoring the first nine points, the the Patriots scored 17 unanswered. After that, it was the Giants who scored 12 straight to win the game.

Eli Manning was named the Super Bowl MVP for the second time.

Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason called the action along the Westwood One Radio Network.

(Tom Brady is called for intentional grounding in the end zone and New York takes a 2-0 lead)

(Eli Manning’s TD pass to Victor Cruz makes it 9-0 Giants)

(Tom Brady’s TD pass to Danny Woodhead late in the first half puts the Patriots ahead 10-9)

(Brady connects with Aaron Hernandez to make it 17-9 Patriots)

(Manning’s long pass to Mario Manningham sets the Giants up for the winning score)

(Ahmad Bradshaw’s TD puts the Giants ahead)

(Justin Tuck sacks Brady late in the 4th)

(The Final Call – The Giants win Super Bowl XLVI)

(The final thoughts from our broadcast crew)

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